Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Even transactions that seem transparently well-conceived are facing harsh investor reactions, leading private operators to conclude that someone else—like themselves—will have to step up when opportunities emerge.
Analysts estimate Earthstone tacked on a net increase of 2,677 acres to its position in the Midland Basin for less than $6,000 per acre.
The Denver-based independent Sundance typifies the new Eagle Ford narrative where technically astute private equity-backed younger management teams are revitalizing the play.
OPEC and its allies have been responding to requests from the U.S. for increased oil production and doing what they can to prevent prices rising, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said.
The U.S. is on the verge of changing natural gas on a global scale.
The industry has come full circle since the initial discovery of the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, a panel of dry gas producers told DUG Eagle Ford attendees.
Canada's energy industry got a boost this week from an LNG project FID. Plus Encana exits the San Juan Basin, Husky makes a play for MEG Energy and reports that Exxon Mobil is exploring the sale of its Gulf of Mexico assets.
Whether the cost reductions are sustainable remains to be seen, but collaboration and risk-sharing could be crucial, according to a study.
This niche business is growing rapidly as water companies respond to producers’ insatiable water needs. Here’s a look at four of them.
A handful of operators are finding a renewed interest in South Texas gas.
As new formations are proved up in the Powder River Basin, and more rigs move into the basin, E&Ps are gearing up for a shift to “manufacturing mode.”
DJR Energy agreed to acquire Encana’s San Juan position, which includes about 182,000 net acres and 5,400 boe/d of production in northern New Mexico.